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Restaurants in Liverpool

Liverpool has a thriving restaurant scene, from sophisticated fine dining to independent bistros, ranging from top Indians to spicy Thais.

The restaurants below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Expensive (over £40)
Moderate (£25 to £40)
Cheap (up to £25)

These prices are for a three-course meal for one, including half a bottle of house wine or equivalent, tax and service. A service charge of 12.5% will be added to your bill in most restaurants. If 'Service is not included', 10% tipping is customary.


Alma de Cuba

Cuisine: Cuban

Housed in a converted Polish church, Alma de Cuba is a wow-factor restaurant, drenched in an opulent extravaganza of baroque-Cuban splendour. It reflects the cuisine of the many external influences found within Cuba, including India, China, Africa and the Caribbean. Expect live music, DJs and samba dancers to add to the flavour

Address: Merseyide, St Peter's Church, Seel Street, Liverpool, L1 4BH
Telephone: +44 151 709 1567
Website: http://www.alma-de-cuba.com

Panoramic 34

Cuisine: Fine dining

The 360-degree views from the (you guessed it) 34th floor of Liverpool's highest skyscraper encompass the Liver Building, the Irish Sea, Liverpool Cathedral and ferries crossing the Mersey river. And the menu is as varied as the panorama. Take in sparkling views over a Champagne afternoon tea, watch the sun set over cocktails, or dine as the city lights up at night.

Address: , 34th Floor, West Tower, Brook Street, Liverpool, L3 9PG
Telephone: +44 151 236 5534
Website: http://www.panoramic34.com

The Art School


Set in the handsome surroundings of a former Victorian home for destitute children, the Art School creates changing menus starring local, seasonal produce. At the helm is renowned chef Paul Askew who oversees the wonderful five-course masterpieces that come from the kitchen, delivered by impeccable staff in rather art gallery surrounds.

Address: , 1 Sugnall Street, Liverpool, L7 7EB
Telephone: +44 151 230 8600
Website: http://www.theartschoolrestaurant.co.uk


The London Carriage Works

Cuisine: Fine dining

Created by the city's most decorated chef, Paul Askew, The London Carriage Works offers classic menus either in its relaxed brasserie or the adjacent restaurant. The building, erected in the 1860s in the style of a Venetian palazzo, was once the home of a coach and carriage builders, hence the name.

Address: , 40 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9DA
Telephone: +44 151 705 2222
Website: http://www.thelondoncarriageworks.co.uk

The Monro

Cuisine: Pub grub

With open fires and an old school charm, The Monro is an excellent, cosy gastro pub offering a good-value menu of delicious food. The restaurant uses only British produce and sources ingredients as locally as possible, thereby supporting local food producers and reducing its environmental impact. Don't miss the Sunday roasts.

Address: , 92 Duke Street, Liverpool, L1 5AG
Telephone: +44 151 707 9933
Website: http://www.themonro.com


Cuisine: Indian

Yukti is an excellent Indian restaurant that mixes traditional curries with modern culinary twists. A particular favourite of seafood curry lovers and vegetarians, plates are wonderfully styled, making the short trip out of the city centre well worth it. Try the West County soft shell crab in Chennai-style batter.

Address: , 393 Prescot Road, Liverpool, L13 3BS
Telephone: +44 151 228 2225
Website: http://www.yukti.co.uk


Leaf on Bold Street

Cuisine: Sandwiches, salads and soups

LEAF on Bold Street is a unique, independent teashop and bar located in the heart of Liverpool city centre with a fab café menu serving wholesome food from sandwiches, salads and soups and countless varieties of loose-leaf tea. More than just a café, it also hosts art, music and club nights.

Address: , 65-67 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4EZ
Telephone: +44 151 707 7747
Website: http://www.thisisleaf.co.uk

Moose Coffee

Cuisine: American

For hearty all-day breakfasts, you can't beat Moose Coffee. The American-style dishes come in all-American portion sizes too, meaning great value for money. The homemade potato hash of The Mighty Moose is delicious but if you've got a sweet tooth, try the apple and salted caramel pancakes. They also do a tasty line in sandwiches, salads and burgers.

Address: , 6 Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 4TQ
Telephone: +44 151 227 4880
Website: http://www.moosecoffee.co

Ziferblat Albert Dock

Cuisine: Café

Ziferblat is a mind-boggling new concept taking the world by storm. The Liverpool branch is one of only three UK outlets, although it's also taking off across Europe. Get your head around this: you only pay for the time you spend here, at 8p per minute. Technically, coffee, cake, tea, board games and Wi-Fi are all free.

Address: Albert Dock, Unit 7, The Colonnades, Liverpool, L3 4AA
Telephone: +44 151 709 0771
Website: http://www.ziferblat.co.uk
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